Posted on Oct 26, 2017 in Alumni News and News
Just for Jayhawks
Halloween is fast approaching, and we have some treats—mostly the sugar-free kind— for our favorite Jayhawks! Read on to find out about a new community event the Student Alumni Network will co-host this week. And, we have some updated printables to help make your holiday prep a little easier!
The origin of these popular events is a mystery, but what’s not to love: less walking for the little ones and a safer environment for trick-or-treaters. KU student groups will decorate the trunks of cars parked in the Adams Alumni Center lot. Parents are invited to bring their kids to go from car to car to ask for candy.
Trunk or Treat takes place Friday, Oct. 27, from 6-8 p.m. Activities include pumpkin painting, games and a contest for best costume. And, Baby Jay will be available for photo opportunities!
As part of this event, we’re encouraging people to bring food donations for Just Food as part of the KU Food Drive. Most-needed items include canned proteins, beans, whole grain cereals, pasta and nuts.
Don’t let the cold weather forecast or the parking situation scare you off—plenty of indoor activities will be available! And, free parking will be available in the parking garage across the street.
Top your treats
Add some Jayhawk spirit to your Halloween treats with our printable bag toppers. Our designers created a new version this year since our original one was so popular.
Download the printable PDF, print as many as you need, and then cut, fold and staple onto your bag. They’re great for class parties or office treats!
Rock (Chalk) your mask
And finally, for those of you who wait until the last minute to find a costume, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
Print our Jayhawk mask, cut it out, tie some string to the sides, and secure it to your head. That’s it.
We’d love to see a picture of you, your kids, or even your pet wearing our Jayhawk mask!